Tinnitus Treatment In Utah And Nevada
Ringing in the ears, buzzing, or whistling is most commonly known as tinnitus.
According to statistics, over 45 million Americans suffer from tinnitus, making it one of the most common conditions in the United States.
You may have experienced a high-pitched buzzing sound once in your life before, or maybe you’ve heard someone else say “What’s that?” when there’s nothing there.
Well, imagine that as your everyday reality – that’s what it’s like to live with tinnitus.
The condition manifests itself differently from person to person, however, the common ground for all cases is that the more you pay attention to it, the worse it gets.
For something that you can hear all day long, you can only imagine how excruciating that can be. You’ll try and find anything to stop it.
I was treated with respect. They asked for any questions I may have. They listened carefully and addressed my needs. I left feeling well taken care of.
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What Causes Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is not actually a disease, but it is a symptom of something else going on in the body.
It could be the result of a cold, head infection, or possibly a hearing loss. Sometimes things, such as stress, sleep deprivation, and alcohol, can make tinnitus flare up.
One of the most common causes is due to an underlying hearing loss, which is either age related or noise induced.
Tinnitus occurs in this situation as a result of the nerve being deprived of regular audio. The brain then recognizes this deprivation and inputs a sound in its place, which is recognized as a buzzing or ringing sound.
Another theory to explain tinnitus could be due to a physical obstruction in the ear such as earwax or dirt in the inner ear. This can cause a distorted sound quality.
Hearing & Balance Doctors’ Treatment For Tinnitus
If tinnitus is beginning to affect your daily life, then the good news is that our doctors are on hand to help.
Through an appointment with our doctors, the process begins with an initial discussion about your tinnitus, ensuring we get to the root cause of it. In some cases, it’s about working together to identify if there are any changes in your lifestyle which may be causing your tinnitus to flare up.
From there, we will use a combination of treatments, including sound therapy, also known as acoustic therapy, which can help to make the sound in your ears less noticeable.
Through frequent check-ups and visits, we will monitor your progress, evaluating the effectiveness of certain strategies. Constant support and assistance are key to tinnitus, as it ensures that we can pick up on anything that may be a contributing factor.
Schedule An Appointment
If tinnitus is beginning to affect your everyday life, then I’m sure you’re desperate to have a break from it.
As Utah and Nevada’s most trusted team of hearing and balance doctors, we have helped thousands of people across the region to hear better, and we are proud of the results we can deliver.
Whether you’d like to know more about tinnitus and the options available, or if you simply want a chat with one of our experts, then the first step is to schedule an appointment.
“knowledgeable, professional and helpful” – Jean’s Story
Jean first realized she had a problem “years ago, when I started having tinnitus.”
Her first worry was that she “might not be able to get rid of the tinnitus.” However, she was soon impressed by the staff at Hearing & Balance Doctors….
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